[between 1390 and 1410].
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Decoration: The offices of Archangel Michael and of St. Gall begin with 2-line initials in red and blue; the insider of the letters is decorated with an animal on a red and green ground surrounded by red and blue penwork and white dots; the outside of the letters is surrounded by red and blue penwork; 2-line initials of antiphons and responses alternate red and blue; the 2-line initial of the verse is in brown highlighted with red; the left margins of both versos are decorated with red and blue designs, which are topped by an animal head in red on fol. 1v; musical notation is in black on a 5-line staff in black; punctuated with the punctus.
Script: written in gothic script (littera textualis formata).
The bifolium was used as a wrapper for another volume that contained a copy of Eusebius, Opera Omnia.
Manuscript fragment on parchment of an antiphonary containing: Sts. Cosmas and Damian (27 September); Archangel Michael (29 September); St. Dionysius (9 October); and St. Gall (16 October).
ff. 1-2 : parchment ; 354 x 300 mm.
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